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1. Consignment ~ DM ~ Handmade Fighting Knife. Blade 9 ¾” long made from a file. Thick brass oval guard. Long brown fiber and aluminum washer type handle with heavy brass butt cap. Sheath is heavy brown leather with 16 small brass screws and nuts instead of usual sliced seam. Very unusual.
2. Consignment ~ DM ~ Marto Brewer Combat-Survival Knife with sheath Ser. #EE2228. Kind of rough. Has owner’s name and ser. # scratched on handle and sheath. Owner further claimed son served in Bosnia. Looks like it was carried and used. NOTE: NO PAYPAL ON THIS ITEM.
3. Consignment ~ DM ~ Western Shark Knife. Blade is 3 line Western Mark. Blade is dark and pitted. Handle is unusual in that it is made from a single piece coco-bolo, and it is made the same way the Western M-31 para USMC knife.
5. WWII Marbles 5” Ideal Army Air Corps Knife with Marbles sheath. Blade is unsharpened, but it has very tiny specks on it. I can’t feel them, but I can see them. Excellent handle and pommel. Scabbard is very nice, supple, working snap, but does have a ¼” cut at the throat.
6. WWII Era Bayonet grips. Black, unused condition. I don’t think that these have ever been on a bayonet.
7. USM-3 (I think Imperial) demilled by removing the maker’s name and bomb on the pommel. Unsharpened set includes a very nice M-8 scabbard.
11. Consignment ~ TV ~ WWII Army Aircorps Survival Kit Knife. Camillus Cutlery. 5” blade. Excellent unsharpened condition. Proper sheath.
12. Consignment ~ TV ~ Early WWII Camillus Cutlery Screw Top MKII U.S.N. Knife. Full blade shows very careful sharpening and retains about 80% of its original finish. Guard, pommel and handle are 100%. Original scabbard is dark and a little stiff but very serviceable and has a working snap strap.
13. Consignment ~ TV ~ WWII Era E.G. Waterman. Plated 6 3/8” Sawback blade appears unsharpened, but does have quite a bit of plating “leaching.” No rust or pitting. Wood handle has 2 cracks
(typical) and has carved “KC” in one side. Tight guard and pommel. Excellent original left hand sheath.
7. Consignment ~ GJ ~ WWII Trench Knife. D-guard with carved wood handle, brass mounts. Double-edged blade. Original custom sheath stamped with owner’s initials “EB” and stenciled with “EB 4514”. NOTE: NO PAYPAL ON THIS ITEM.
8. Consignment ~ DS ~ WWII Era (Baby) Small Ranger Knife and Scabbard. Pacific Theater. 6 ¼” blade has some spotting, but only very little pitting. Very good plus condition overall. Proper scabbard in excellent condition overall. NOTE: NO PAYPAL ON THIS ITEM.
9. Consignment ~ GJ ~ Wood handled Fighting Knife with a 5 ¼” blade made in the style of a Hitler Youth Knife Blade. Ricasso marked “WHITBY” (?). Made in Solingen. Handle is wood with copper, steel plates fitted into handle. Lead washer at guard added for weight. Lots of time and work in this one.
10. Vietnam Era Kabar 1207. Near mint condition knife and scabbard. No box.
11. Korean War Era US M-4 Kinfolks Inc. M-1 carbine bayonet conversion to wood handle. Appears unissued since arsenal rework. Parkerized blade has one small nick. Proper painted guard and pommel show some slight flaking. Proper M8 A-1 period scabbard. Excellent plus condition overall.
12. Consignment ~ DM ~ Western G46-6 Shark blue blade, full blade, nice handle but the guard is loose. Not a high grade knife. Rough overall.
13. Consignment JB ~ This knife is a period copy of a WWII Stone Knife. Likely made aboard another WWII ship. with a Patton saber tip used for a blade. Stone Jr. feels that it may have been made from a casting of his anniversary knife. The owner feels that it is a period shipboard copy made during WWII, and that it is NOT a knife made currently in Washington State. I am offering it for consignment; YOU will be the final judge. NOTE: NO PAYPAL ON THIS ITEM.
14. Consignment ~ GS~ U.S. M3 Imperial, Blade Marked. Tight guard. Excellent handle, tight pommel. Finish has been removed from blade, then polished. Blade is 6 ¾”, with no rust or pitting. Viner Bro. M-6 scabbard is very nice with 1 rivet missing at the throat. Snap strap works fine. Original leg tie down in place.
15. Consignment GS~ WWII Kabar 6” Commando. 5 7/8” bright blade appears to be unsharpened except for the ¾” tip where some sharpening is evident. Original scabbard is very nice and is intact. Guard, handle and pommel are tight.
16. Consignment ~ GS~ WWII 3rd Pattern F/S. Guard marked “ENGLAND.” Pommel area marked with “1”. 6 ¾” blade has some sharpening and some light pitting, about 70% blue. Replaced scabbard.
17. Consignment ~ GS~ WWII theater US M-3 Case , Guard marked , Full blade, guard and birdshead pommel are polished bright. Smooth leather handle. Unmarked M-6 style scabbard. All near mint.
18. US M-6 Bayonet, Aerial Cutlery Co. New in original box and wrapper. Package dated May 1961. Bayonet only—no scabbard was shipped in this package. Package has been carefully opened.
19. Consignment ~ JH~ Vietnam Era Extremely Rare “Shining Brass” Buffalo Bill Presentation Knife. Engraved blade reads, “SSG KENNETH GARDENER, FOB #2, 1966-1967”. As you know, “Shining Brass” was the project designation for clandestine incursions into Laos by SOG. (Silvey, Vietnam, Pgs. 46, 47, 49. 9 ¾” blade is polished on the engraved side. Plated on both sides. Excellent plus condition. Spots on the blade are not rust or pitting, just spots.
20. Consignment ~ JH~ Chrome 5th Special Forces Group Presentation Stiletto with original scabbard. Knife is 100%. Sheath has snap strap broken.
21. Consignment ~ JH~ Randall Model 14—Late 70’s-early 80’s knife---The Stainless marked “Sawback” blade is 7 1/2” long and has some very light sharpening marks along the cutting edge. There are some minor scratches towards the tip. It has the optional forward curved double hilt and a single finger grip micarta handle with thong hole. It comes with a nice Johnson rough back sheath with an orange stone.----Nice Randall.
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WWII Camillus Mark 2 With Care Tag---The blade is 7" long with no sharpening
marks. It does have some fine scratches and finish wear at the tip. It is
marked "Camillus,N.Y." on one side and "U.S.N. / Mark 2" on the other. The
leather handle is unused. It comes with the original scabbard that is
complete with "Care Tag". The tag has separated at the perforation, but it
is all there. Ref: Cole III pg 87 #2---Minty---$ 250.00
SOLD------------------------------------------WWII John Ek Model 1----The blade is 7 1/4" long and unused---but it has
been cleaned. I believe the lower 3/4 of the blade got wet and created
surface rust and damaged the original sheath. The blade has been cleaned but
you can still see the old light remains of the pin head pitting. At the
right angle you can see "John Ek Knife / Ha-------". You can tell the
knife is unused. There are no sharpening marks or use to the blade and the
handle is perfect-just sounds worse than what it is. It comes with a snake skin pocket style sheath. Ref: Silvey WWII pg 119-----$ 510.00
3. Model 1917 Bolo-----Minty-----The blade is 10 3/8" long and is unused. It is
marked "U.S. / Mod 1917" on one side and "Plumb / Phila / 1918" on the
other. The wood handles are quite minty. It comes with the original scabbard
marked "Brauer Bros. / 1918". The scabbard is clean and solid. Ref: Cole III
pg 21 #4------Minty----$ 250.00
WWII British Folding Machete---Well Marked---The blade is 10" long with very
light sue and a couple pitting spots on the back side. It is marked "A.H.Bisby&Col^
/ Sheffield.1945". The handles are in exc condition and the one side is
marked Made In England. There is no blade guard, but a US blade guard will
work. Ref: Flook-British & Commonwealth Military Knives pg
110-111------Scarce Marking----$ 110.00
5. Vietnam Special Forces Mill
Scale Round Tip Bolo----Mint----The early Mill Scale finish blade is 11"
long and mint. The wood handles are perfect with original leather thong. It
comes with the correct and minty 2 rivet sheath. Ref: Silvey Vietnam pg 40-----Mint Early Round Tip Bolo-----$
WWII Patton Sword Blade Knife----Nice----The blade is 7 5/8" long and made
from the mid-section of the Patton Saber. The blade has some old spotting
and age darkening but I don't think it has been used. The leather wrapped
handle is clean, solid and unused. It comes with a minty scabbard that is
complete. The snap works fine. Ref: Cole IV pg 116-117 and Silvey WWII pg
228-229-----Scarce Knife-----$ 385.00
SOLD---------------------------------------WWII Case M3 With Theater Handle----The blade is 6 5/8" long with some old
cleaned pitting spots. This was a Straight Guard Case M3 and the guard is
marked "Case". The handle is checkered plastic and fits perfectly. Also
unusual that it closely resembles the Patton Saber handle. It comes with a
leather sheath that has been with the knife for a long time. -------$ 125.00
8. WWII Theater Knuckle
Knife---Minty-----The double edge blade is 8" long and has an engine turned
finish. There are some very light sharpening marks along the cutting edge.
The knuckle bow is steel with three very sharp steel points. It is a full
tang knife with fiber handles that are pinned to the tang with brass pins.
It comes with the original heavy leather scabbard that is complete. Very
Neat Knuckle Knife----$ 375.00
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9. WWII Anderson Fighting Knife----Exc
Cond---The blade is 8 1/4" long and made from the mid-section of the Patton
Saber. The blade is in exc condition with sharpening marks. The gray handle
has the Anderson mark on one side and the USA mark on the other. It comes
with the original scabbard with the owners initials on the front. The snap
works fine. Ref: Cole III pg 186-----$ 425.00
WWII Australian Fighting Knife With See-Thru Handle-----The blade is 5 5/8"
long with an unusual double clip. It has use and sharpening, but no rust or
pitting. The handle has normal wear. It comes with a nice leather sheath.
Scarce Australian Knife----$ 275.00
11. WWII Camillus Mark
1----Minty----The scarce bright blade is 5" long and unused. It is marked
"Camillus / N.Y." on one side and nothing on the other side. The guard has a
bright finish and is tight. The leather handle is clean and solid. The black
plastic pommel has a slight wiggle. It comes with a minty original sheath
that is complete. The snap works fine. Ref: Cole IV pg 69 #36---Minty Very
Scarce Variation----$ 175.00
12. Falklands Campaign
Commemorative F/S---The blade is 7" long and engraved "In Honour Of /
The Falklands Campaign / April To June 1982". There is a touch of
corrosion at the tip on the back side. The guard is marked "William /
Rodgers / Sheffield / England". Some of the gold plating is lifting from the
guard. It comes with a wood display box and a "Sheffield-Made
13. Vietnam Camillus Pilots
Knife----Mint----The blade is 5 1/16" long and mint. The leather handle is
unused. The pommel is marked "Camillus / N.Y. / 1-1967". It comes with the
original sheath that is matched to the knife. It is complete with Norton
marked stone and original lacing still in the wrap. Ref: Cole III pg
14. WWII Western 8" Fighter---The bright
blade is 8 1/16" long. It has some very fine sharpening marks right at the
cutting edge---very hard to see. It has the scarce mark "Western / Pat'd."
at the ricasso. I'm not convinced that this knife started out with a bright
blade, but if it did not someone did an outstanding job of removing the
blue. The leather handle is in nice condition with some dings on one side.
It comes with a very minty scabbard that is complete. The snap works fine.
Ref: Cole III pg 60 & 63-------$ 275.00
ALL SOLD------------------Randall Mini Model 14's----Mint in the Wrap----Have 2 that are still sealed
and have never been opened. Serial numbers 669, 780 and 1081. -----#669
is Sold----The Mini
14's came out in 2004. ------$ 425.00 each.
16. WWII Theater Knuckle
Knife----The sturdy double edge blade is 9 1/2" long with use, spotting and
age darkening. It has a steel knuckle bow with 7 points. The wood handle is
made with finger grooves. It comes with the original scabbard that is
Note: No Paypal On This Item.
17. Vietnam Special Forces "Square" Tip Bolo-----The
blade is 9" long and in excellent condition. It has some sharpening marks
along the cutting edge otherwise it is in Exc Plus condition. The wood handle is in exc plus
condition with no damage. It comes with the original wood insert scabbard
that is also in excellent condition. The only damage is the cut grip strap.
Ref: Cole III pg 168-----Nice Rare Bolo-----$ 375.00
18. Gerber Mark II---1980 Mint In
The Box----The blade is 6 7/8" long and mint. It has the Gerber mark on one
side and "099244" on the other. The black handle is perfect. It comes with a
mint Gerber marked leather sheath complete with lacings. The original box
contains the Gerber booklet dated 6/80, foam liner and plastic sleeve for
the scabbard. The box is marked to the knife. -------Mint------$ 265.00
19. WWII USMC Medical Corpsmen
Knife-----Minty-----The blade is 11 3/8" long and unused, It is marked "U.S.M.C.
/ Chatillion,N.Y.". The wood handles are held with 3 brass rivets. It comes
with an original scabbard that is marked "USMC / Boyt / 44". Ref: Cole
III pg 42 #3--------Minty-----$ 175.00
SOLD------------------------------------Gerber Grey Handle Mark
II----1969-----The blade is a tad longer than 6 1/2" with use, sharpening
and some old spotting. The blade has a slight cant and is marked "013323" on
one side and the Gerber mark on the other. There are rub marks and missing
paint on the guard and pommel. The grey armorhide handle has a rub area near
the pommel----probably rubbed on gear. It comes with a decent straight sided
Gerber marked scabbard with a left shoulder strap. There is a repair to the
strap where it attaches to the sheath, looks like it was hand stitched. The
snap works fine.-------$ 275.00
SOLD----------------------------------Gerber Grey Handle Mark
II-----1970----The blade is a tad shorter than 6 1/4" with use and
sharpening. There is no rust or pitting. The blade has a light cant and is
marked "014906" on one side and the Gerber mark on the other. There are rub
marks with some paint loss on the guard and pommel. The grey armorhide
handle is in excellent condition. It comes with the original straight sided
scabbard with the Gerber mark. One of the throat rivets has pulled loose.
The snap works fine.------$ 225.00
SOLD------------------------------------Gerber Grey Handle Mark
II----1976----The blade is 6 3/4" long with sharpening marks on both sides.
It has a very slight cant and with the Gerber mark on one side and "052209" on the other. The grey armorhide handle is excellent with just one minor ding. The black pommel has several
dings. It comes with a very nice minty Gerber marked scabbard that is
complete with original leather lacings.------$ 250.00
SOLD-----------------------------------------Gerber Grey Handle Mark
II-----1977-----The blade is 6 7/8" long with a patina of fine spotting. It
has the coarse serrations and is marked "060844" on one side and the Gerber
mark on the other. Both marks are etched. The guard and pommel are
excellent. It has a fusel (cat tongue) handle--maybe made for the Cutlery
Shoppe or a special order. It comes with a black Gerber marked scabbard. The
snap works fine---$ 175.00
SOLD--------------------------------------Gerber Grey Handle Mark
II-----1977----The blade is 6 3/4" long with a dark finish---maybe blued. It
has a slight cant with coarse serrations and is marked "062086" on one side
and the Gerber mark on the other. I see no sharpening. The guard and pommel
have rub marks with paint loss. The grey armorhide handle has some rubs and
dings. It comes with the original Gerber marked scabbard that appears to
have been modified to attach to gear. It is missing the steel. The snap
works fine. -------$ 175.00
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